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-o-clock this morning... 51-year-old ricky bailey was found in his cell at north branch correctional institution... with head and neck injuries. he was pronounced dead on the scene. prison officials say bailey was serving life without parole. charges are now pending against another inmate at the facility. to washington now ... where in just two days, president obama will be delivering his state of the union address. it's the speech he'll use to lay the groundwork for his next four years in office... but this time, the president is also setting the stage for a spending showdown that will play out over the next few weeks. brian mooar has the story from washington. take his message on the road... visiting asheville, north carolina,.. atlanta and chicago. mister obama's address will be followed by two responses from tea party republicans -- senators marco rubio and rand paul. [a33]tease 1-houston vo still ahead on 11 news... the music world marks a sad anniversary... on its biggest night of the year. how superstar whitney houston was honored in her hometown. plus... a former u-s attorney
and candy craper that someone littered. cleaning that up is dr. bailey's passion and profession for the past 15 years. his success is tonight's bay area proud. >> we go over to that big pile of stuff. it would seem spending years on the shores cleaning up mother nature taught richard bailey a lot about human nature. what the people of oakland like to eetd, drink and smoke. >> most of the trash comes from things we put in our mouths. water bottles, chip bags, cigarette butts, a wine cork. you can see where the water is coming out of a big storm drain puddle. >> he would know what he's talking about. there is no one around who has thought more about the stuff in the lake. it started back in the '90s when he was a water quality consultant hired to assess the lake. he found a lake with a lot of problems but even more potential. >> trash was more prevalent. the homeless problem was more severe. they rely a lot on volunteers. in fact, the institute came up with the idea of self help station. anyone with time on their hands and the environment on their mind can get to work cleaning. the efforts app
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the tricky task of corralling rudy into this trailer along bailey road. several ropes were attached to the camel and truck to help guide rude di into the trailer. we intentionally did not turn on our camera lights so we wouldn't spook him. >> this is quite a big assignment here. >> i' been a cowboy my whole life. all i've ever done is work with cows. on the ranch it's creative ingenuity. whatever you figure out is whatever is going to work especially here on bailey road. we need to get this thing in the trailer. >> this afternoon rudy was walking south on bailey road, cars reportedly swerving to miss him. this camel weighs more than a ton . >> woild wild. that one has it on his resume now. camel wrangler. >> that's right. who knew handful of them ready to go to get that camel back in the trailer. >> all right. rudy get back if your barn. thanks jowl yet. >>> well governor brown is taking on the cowboys in texas who are trying to lure california companies away. here's his response to a new radio campaign out of the lone star state. >> should i liken it to standby. >> a lot of these a
senator kay bailey hutchison. ron, let me begin with you. i think we're going to put it up on the full screen. the democratic party, this guy got 30%. berlusconi, against cutting the budget and probably should be in jail for immorals charge, got 29%. then there's this comedian, grillo, he got 25%. monti got 10%. when you add it up, 54% are against budget cutting. ron, should we be worried about this? >> i don't think so, larry. come on, the market was looking for a reason to fall back here. what's going to go on in italy, gridlock is not going to be the worst thing. the market was looking for a reason to pull back, we've had quite a rally. >> do you agree with that? >> i think we should go back to the president's state of the union address on february 12th. that really was the end of our bull market. what did the president call for there? more government spending, more government intervention and higher tax rates. i think that's the threat to the u.s. stock market. you have over three quarters of u.s. companies that have reported fourth quarter earnings. almost 72% have surpassed estim
. it happened on bailey road in concord. and heather holmes is there. boy you don't see that every day, heather. where did that camel come from? >> reporter: who knew that the hills here along bailey road were home to camels. the camels taste of freedom came to an end when a group of cowboys corralled it into a trailer. we were here for that moment. the video you're about to see is a little dark because we were asked to keep our lights off so we wouldn't further spook the animal. >> reporter: the lost and agitated 8-foot camel towerrered over the camel who had the unusual job of bringing him back home. >> i'm not a camel wrangler, i'm a cowboy. >> reporter: this required a lot of muscle, sweat and creativity. >> we just had to keep him tied. keep him secured because we didn't know when we were going to corral him again. so we used the truck to corral him and one rope at a time is as close as we could get him. >> reporter: it took two hours before they were able to coax the camel into this trailer. >> i don't understand camel wrangling i guess. i've never been around them. i have no idea. cows a
road today traffic was tied up because of a camel. it happened on bailey road in concord. and heather holmes is there. boy you don't see that every day, heather. where did that camel come from? >> reporter: who knew that the hills here along bailey road were home to camels. the camels taste of freedom came to an end when a group of cowboys corralled it into a trailer. we were here for that moment. the video you're about to see is a little dark because we were asked to keep our lights off so we wouldn't further spook the animal. >> reporter: the lost and agitated 8-foot camel towerrered over the camel who had the unusual job of bringing him back home. >> i'm not a camel wrangler, i'm a cowboy. >> reporter: this required a lot of muscle, sweat and creativity. >> we just had to keep him tied. keep him secured because we didn't know when we were going to corral him again. so we used the truck to corral him and one rope at a time is as close as we could get him. >> reporter: it took two hours before they were able to coax the camel into this trailer. >> i don't understand camel wrangling i
into you, okay? next speaker. >>> good evening. >> good evening. >>> once again, my name is maria bailey, and i would like to also thank law enforcement for coming into the tenderloin district more often. i really appreciate the hard core law enforcement and i'm asking for more. please fit that into the budget, it is a must. that district is really bad. i know it's not the only district, but the need for more hard core law enforcement is a must. black crime is all over the tenderloin district. drugs are being sold and used in the streets everywhere. remember my paperwork that i gave to you in september 2012 requesting major sting operations. please refer to that paperwork again because i hit the nail on the head with that. and i really thank you very much for backing that up. i would also like to see law enforcement down in that district 24/7 and that's where the budget comes in because i would also like to see hard core tactical law enforcement 24/7. the district needs tough action. all crime must be stopped. bring in law enforcement that is tough on crime. stop and frisk is a must, it
figure out, whatever is going to work especially here on bailey road. road shut down, we need to get this thing in the trailer. >> well, they got him, all right. took the cowboys more than two hours to round up rudy the camel, get him into the trailer. there he is. and off he goes to get checked out by vet >>> some streets will soon have higher speed limits as the city of san ramon, as a result of a 7-year survey that determined many speed limits were just too slow in town. hope is slightly hyper speed limits will ease traffic congestion. the new speed limits are set to take effect on february 22. >>> nobody will be pressured into reciting the pledge of allegiance at el cerrito city council meetings. the council opened with a pledge last night and then voted to change its policy for future meetings. they say they will still say the pledge but those who don't want to do so will be invited to observe a moment of silence instead. >> one of the things that came up in our strategic planning for the city was that limitation of the city is that we alw
mother [music] >> hi, my name is ann bailey and i've driven for luxor for almost five years now. i drove for desoto cab for 10 years prior to that. i drove in 1976 for the old, old yellow cab. this is frances mecchi and i've been driving her for about 11 or 12 years to her alzheimer's day program, which we call the memory club. every day when we drive through the presidio she'll say, "oh goody, you're taking me through the enchanted forest." [music] >> my name amr a.mahmoud. i am like 49 years old. i have been driving cab more than 13 year in general. then i drove a ramp more than 3 years. this is my fourth now. i have been enjoying doing the job. i like every moment of it. >> thank you amr. [music} >> hi, my name is peter and i'm a paratransit driver for medsam, and this is north and south of market where i pick up my group and drop them off at home. >> thank you , peter! [singing] you are my sunshine. very good driver. she says driver is very good. number 1. [music] larry mingo, mobility plus driver, san francisco paratransit. >> thank you, mingo. >> you're welcome. >> hi, mingo. >> th
to bailey road where according to the california highway patrol a broken down motorists spotted him and called it in. and it drew traffic to a standstill into the front yard. >> and [indiscernible] lives next door and said until recently there where two camels and on occasion she takes the grandkids of the hill to watch them graze. >> i have never seen him on the road so i don't think about it. i've always seen him on the other side of the fence. but i guess they got out somehow. and they got on the way of the cars. >> reporter: animal services officers say they have dealt the camel before and the camel has broken out twice yesterday making it to the roadway. >> livestock or an animal this large can cause significant damage to a vehicle. [indiscernible] [indiscernible] [indiscernible] >> reporter: this afternoon i the animal services officer with the owners where cited and they said the owners where not cited but they will be issued a violation warning notice for having an animal at large. live in concorde ktvu channel two news. >> three hospitals are among seven the state hit with
famous for its balloon festival. and where a match made in heaven happened in 2005. a friend named bailey set her up with scott. >> what made your friend think you would make a good match with scott? >> i don't think anything, other than he was a tall and hand some man, and she knew that's what i liked. >> he was a gentle soul trapped in the body of an nfl lineman. the two soon fell in love and nature played an important role in their lives. both their own good natures and their love of nature. >> what did you like about him besides the fact he was 6'8"? >> he saw the beauty of anything. he would stop to take a picture of anything. >> scott was behind the lens for pictures like these. >> we would make special trips out into the desert when the cactuses were blooming. we took a lot of photographs. >> but nature alone wasn't important to scott pierce. he was also nurturing. this big guy also had a big heart. he dreamed of one day becoming a nurse practitioner. >> if i had a plant and it was almost dead, and i was like, ready to give up on it, he wouldn't let me because there was a chance it
! >> that is crazy! >> hope bailey from columbus, mississippi, submitted this photo. this is acceptable in some places, it's two cousins? >> oh, cousins. >> getting married? cousins. >> well, second or third it's just fine. >> "mean girls," i've got a first cousin, second cousin, too much. carrie from georgia sent us this photo. i'm supposed to have five servings of this a day? >> yeah, i like it. >> that's going to put meat on your bones. had some of that this morning. >> that is funny. all right, go on. >> you weren't supposed to laugh like that, hoda. finally, this photo. this is the audience caption contest. let's show the picture. and the winner is irene. >> that's a great one. >> hold on, hold on. >> cat's got your tongue? >> cat's got your tongue. >> that's a good one! >> congratulations. and there's your mug, you lucky woman. >> coming up with the oscars just around the corner, we're going to be testing people's knowledge of all things oscar. >> who knew when we come back, we're going to play. get ready! [ female announcer ] going to sleep may be easy, but when you wake up in the middle
girl in a jazz club? that is corrine bailey ray who turns 34 today. >>> the countdown is on to the premiere of "dancing with the stars." march 18th on abc. >> the new cast was announced today. who's in? olympic legend dorothy hamill. >> kmu yalg comedian d.l. hughley. real housewives of beverly hills lisa vanderpump. >> country music star wynonna judd. >> "e.t." was there as wynonna opened up to us about the passing of her fellow country star mindy mccready as mindy is laid to rest today. >> the casket of mindy mccready carried to church today for her funeral in her hometown, ft. myers, florida. remembering her was her mother, gail. >> we wanted mindy to be free from the consciousness of her past. >> thinking about her today is fellow country music star wynonna judd who knew mindy well. >> i was shocked but not surprised because i know the disease so well. and it broke my heart. i just wish i had done more. i think i twittered several times, you know what? call somebody and tell them you love them. >> it was a moment of emotion for wynonna as was being introduced with
a number of people here with me today. in addition to lapd chief charlie beck, riverside mayor rusty bailey,er vine mayor dr. steven choi, fbi director bill lewis, u.s. marshal for the central district of california david singer, and also supervisor antonovich has joined us. i want to thank all the officers from across the region to answering the call of duty. every day i marvel and applaud their unwavering bravery. their dedication has been complimented by the vigilance of residents throughout this region. you've been on the lookout and shared your leads with law enforcement. we thank you for it. anyone with tips can call 213-486-5230. but i also want to remind everyone to continue to be alert as long as this man remains at large. if you see mr. dorner or even suspect that you see him, please do not engage him. he is considered armed and extremely dangerous. with your help, we can bring this tragedy to an end, and now i would like to introduce lapd chief charlie beck. >> i will give spanish remarks afterwards. >> good morning. and thanks for being here. as the mayor said, the search for do
. >> the dress sells for $600 and it costs $100 toent are. bailey douglas is a hard core renter with facebook pitches to die for. she is the daughter of an abc news producer. >> i have rented about 56 dresses in the last year and a half. >> bailey loves rent the runway, but it is not perfect every time. on this occasion she rented her first choice dress and a back up. she should have received two sizes of each dress, but she got a call saying the second size was not available in either style. she got four different dresses. her first choice was too big and another was too short. one arrived without the belt. but the back up dress worked. >> you always wind up with a dress to wear. it just might not be the dress you thought you were going to wear. >> if that uncertainty makes you nervous try this rental shop in oakland's rock ridge neighborhood. it is called dress, luxury attire on loan. >> it has the back. when you are able to come in here we can talk you through and we can give you some different styles that you hadn't considered. >> the producer of the movie "brave" was wearing a rental dre
infuriatingly with those standing ovations going on and on that is one of the things that bothered kay bailey hutcheson. >> one of the best things about not being in the senate anymore is not having to sit in that room and stand up and clap every 15 seconds or senator hands i wish we had a moratorium -- moratorium and elect a buddy listen like the people around the country. gerri: what do think? should this innovation be banned? log on and vote will share the results of the news this show. problem makes it launder but tonight stop by if the longest televised state of the union. number five, and gerald ford around 45 minutes on average so august 1976, 50 minutes. number four, george to be bush on average 53 minutes of the 2003 just messed the one hour mark by 22 seconds member three lyndon johnson was about bush but in 1967 he talked for one hour 11 minutes. number to president obama averages one or five minutes we will see if he is true to form a and number one bill clinton doing individual speeches you have the top four longest addresses in history and average one hour 15 minutes. the first
expect a normal 5 to 6-year-old young man to do. >> i want to bring in rebecca bailey, psychologist with a specialty in reuniting loved ones after trauma. she worked with kidnapped victim jaycee dugard. we hear ethan has been laughing, joking, reyou nighted with his favorite dinosaur. are these all good signs? what would you be looking for right now? >> i think it's wonderful signs and a testament also of the human spirit. frequently we expect situations where the victim comes out in the same way that the traumatized people are watching and waiting and hoping so this is a very good sign and it's wonderful that he's home for his sixth birthday. it's wonderful for the family and wonderful for him. >> his birthday is tomorrow. i'm curious in the precious hours and days after this release how should the family be with him? how much of this will he even really remember? >> you know, i think that the most important thing is to remember how every family is different, and every situation is different. certainly there will be memories and certainly this family and this child has been obvious
and walked south along bailey road. rudy an unusual sight anywhere else is actually familiar in this neighborhood. >> the other day he was on our property which he went back easily so we figured it would probably be the same. >> reporter: he's known as the candle that kind of roams around? >> yeah, he roams around. >> reporter: he walked around, cars swerving out of the way. chp says a red minivan hit the camel but his owner says it was just a close call. thankfully, no other drivers were hurt -- or anyone else in this process. a vet will check rudy to be sure he is okay. back to you, frank. >> all right. glad rudy is okay. thanks so much, cate. >> reporter: higher speed limits are coming to san ramon. a seven-year survey determined many speed limits in the city were just too slow and most drivers were already going faster than the posted limit. the hope is slightly higher speed limits will ease traffic congestion. >> i think people drive that fast, five or ten miles over the speed limit anyway. i don't see any accidents or anything so i
need to get this thing in the trailer. >> this afternoon, rudy was walking south on bailey road, cars reportedly swerving to miss him. this camera weighs more than a ton and his owner tells us he's about 12 years old. >> the other day he was on our property, which he went back easily. so we figured it would be the same. >> the camel roams around? >> yeah, he roams around. >> rudy is often spotted grazing by the side of the road. but tonight, he got out again for the second time and it took these cowboys two hours to corral him into this trailer. >> one for the record books for you? >> yeah, it's going to go on my resume as something i have never done before. hopefully i'll never do it again. >> rudy's owner tells me that rudy is safe and sound behind closed gates. he had his adrenaline pumping as the cowboys tried to get him in that trailer. first thing tomorrow morning, a veterinarian will make sure that rudy is okay. in concorde, juliette goodrich, kpix5. >> a modern day war between the states. tactics that has our governor trash talking texas. >>> and you won't get a bigger
enclosure this afternoon. it was found was goning on bailey road. at one point he stopped to graze along the road. the drivers pulled over to get rudy to safety. rudy is back in his enclosure this evening doing just fine. >>> one of the most celebrated olympians on team usa is trying to stay positive after a frightening fall on the slopes. >> vonn over the top! she is down heavily. >> the gold medal singer lindsey vonn will need reconstructive surgery on her knee after tearing two major ligaments this fall. this happened at the world championships in austria. she is expected to return in time for the winter olympics in sochi, russia. >> lindsey will be able to get through this thing. she was back in the hotel after a couple hours after the accident. she was in good spirits starting to plot out her rehab. i'm confident we will see her in sochi next year. >> she has one year to get healthy for the olympics. the opening ceremony is one year from this thursday. >>> the season officially came to a close today when the 49ers cleaned out their lockers. the quarterback colin kaepernick telling r
on bailey road yesterday afternoon. it took two hours to catch rudy the camel and it reportedly was hit by a mini-van. >> you got the call that the camel was out and it was your job to coral it, what were you thinking? >> you probably don't want to know that. i don't know it is different, i just want to put it on my resume. >> reporter: that rudy the camel, they are speculating thieves may have cut the wire enclosure and rudy got out. the vet far ran will be -- veterinarian are checking the enclosure that rudy got out of. >>> this couple won not once, but twice for lottery. >> i was looking for the number and that's what threw me, they made sure everything was right and i realized it was $1 million. >> that is steve who won his first million over the weekend and feeling lucky, steve's wife purchased another one the next day and guess what, that ticket turned out to be a winner. >> i looked down and it was $50,000 and i almost had another heart attack. >> the beavers plan to pay some -- weavers plan to pay some bills and they are going to invest the rest. >> i think i am done, i don't ha
's located at bailey road just beyond current last stop, here, passengers will transfer between regular cars and smaller trains. that won't be finished until 2017. word on expanding and improving is going on at the same time in antioch. it's the last leg of improvements in densely populated and still growing east contra costa county. the projects total $1.3 billion, funding coming from sources including contra costa county sales tax measure c skb j. this expansion should be done two years before e bart is finished. >> clean up started following weekend storms in. >> mississippi a tornado tore through a city in the southern part of the state. you can see the funnel cloud it whipped through last night. the tornado sent 60 people to the hospital. mississippi governor crediting an early warning system. people received word a tornado mighting on the way. >> and more from hattiesberg showing extent of the damage. you can see the tornado danged buildings on the campus of southern mississippi. the school son break right now from mardi gras. >> in northeast, millions decided to return back to work af
, she's out of the senate, but former texas senator kay bailey hutchison has plenty to say. this is msnbc, the place for politics. [ bop ] you can do that all you want, i don't like v8 juice. [ male announcer ] how about v8 v-fusion. a full serving of vegetables, a full serving of fruit. but what you taste is the fruit. so even you... could've had a v8. this is what it's like... paying full price for a hotel room. and this is what it's like getting a high-end hotel room for 45% off published prices... ... with travelocity's top secret hotels. ooo, tingly. we all work remotely so this is a big deal, our first full team gathering! i wanted to call on a few people. ashley, ashley marshall... here. since we're often all on the move, ashley suggested we use fedex office to hold packages for us. great job. [ applause ] thank you. and on a protocol note, i'd like to talk to tim hill about his tendency to use all caps in emails. [ shouting ] oh i'm sorry guys. ah sometimes the caps lock gets stuck on my keyboard. hey do you wanna get a drink later? [ male announcer ] hold packages
of a big storm drain tunnel. >> reporter: drchl bailey would know what he's talking about. there is no one around that is thought more about the stuff in lake merritt that's not supposed to be there. it all started in the '90s when a water quality consultant was hired to assess lake merritt. what he found was a lake with a lot of problems but even more potential. >> trash was more proef lent, home. >> he founded the lake merritt institute. because it's just him and a few part timers. the institute came up with the enjin use idea of self help stations. written with people on their hands and tirmt on their mind can get to work cleaning. their efforts appeared to have paid off. when the i understand staut started checking trash in 1997 it could easily collect five pounds of it after a heavy rain. that number has been cut dramatically. it's pollen, it's not paint. this, fix, is a lake after a rain just the previous day. compared to what it was like? >> you would see masses of floating fair some paper cups. >> the institute doesn't xwlam. the city has installed new filters to crash price before
exhibit at the maryland historical society. >> centers pearl bailey and mahaley jackson appeared in baltimore in the 60s. their photos are part of the henderson foundation. and renounced sports reporter sam lacy appears in the photos. >> we have so many greats here in baltimore. >> reporter: blue coleman and robert houston are some of the story tellers they were part of baltimore's civil right's movement. >> what we take for granted now has not always been that way. someone had to pay for that. >> i don't know how, why it was that i got involved, it just seemed the right thing to do. >> reporter: their stories will be told here tomorrow night as part of the for all the world to hear project at umbc. >> yes, we're performing here at the maryland's historical society as well as other venues throughout the city. it's part of our outreach project to get out into the community. >> reporter: there are 6,000 photographs in this amazing collection and 75 to 80% of the people in the photos remain unidentified. >> we've had people coming in over the las
. on traffic. >> it he sees his shadow, he will have a playdate with beagle bailey. that's all i'm saying. it will be on. no problems reported continuing out towards the beltway southbound along 270. lanes are dry as you are waking up. no issues headed out towards rockville. the same for those traveling north on i-95 out of woodbridge. overnight construction was in the hov lanes out of the occoquan. 66 coming inbound from centreville this morning, nice and easy so far leaving 28 headed in towards fair oaks and vienna. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> a soldier in texas has been sentenced to three and a half years in a military prison for accidentally killing his friend. specialist patrick myers said he was only trying to scare away the fellow soldier's hiccups by firing a gun he thought had dummy rounds. the case was tried in a military court since both men were soldiers. >>> the d.c. court of appeals has overturned the conviction of the man known as the georgetown cuddler. he was sentenced to 26 years. i jury convicted him for assaulting five georgetown university studen
inmate. it happened in the north branch correctional institution. ricky bailey was body was found saturday afternoon. he was convicted for a 1991 rape. >>> there's a $1 million reward for the capture and conviction of a renegade expolice officer. this morning police are guarding a home in irvine, california to protect a man they believe has been targeted by that officer. officer christopher dorner is wanted in the deaths of three people and police say he put together a manifesto in which he allegedly names police officers and their families of those that he blames for these firing that happened several years ago. >> we will not tolerate anyone undermining the security, the tranquility of our neighborhoods, and our communities. we will not tolerate this reign of terror that has robbed us of the peace of mind that residents of southern california deserve. >> dorner, the former officer claims that the lapd's racism cost him his job after he accused a training officer of kicking an elderly man during an arrest back in 2007. >>> chicago detectives are questioning two men described as p
and know everybody around here. so eventually somebody will talk. >> reporter: rosslyn bailey lives down the street and is helping to plan a candlelight vigil later this week. >> with the person not being caught yet we're all nervous, but we've all come together and we've all comforted one another which is why we thought of the idea of doing this for her, in honor of her. >> neighbors say mcintyre was partially disabled as the result of a stroke. they say her daughter who was also disabled has been in the hospital the past few weeks, so mcintyre was alone. there is a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. anyone with a tip can remain anonymous. >>> a 14-year-old silver spring boy charged as an adult for killing his baby sister held behind bars out bond. police say he admitted to beating and suffocating the 7- month-old baby girl last week. an autopsy report shows the infant died of asphyxiation. the teenager was left alone to watch the baby while his mom worked overnight. when she came home, she discovered the lifeless child and called 911. >>> day five of the intense manhu
in six months. ricky bailey was found in his cell and was pronounced dead on the scene. he was serving life without parole. charges are pending against an unidentified inmate at the facility. police ricky horton shot two men and women back on women13. horton is charged with homicide. >> a woman will go on trial today. you might recall this scene when she tried to elude police after she was stopped during a drug deal back in january. faces various traffic violations. a judge decided a student will be tried as an adult. robert gladden could face life in prison after his request to be tried in juvenile court was denied. he faces attempted first-degree murder. >> the raven could be forcing the oriole to make room in the nest as the official state bird. there is a bill that would allow the raven to share the title. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think the raven should join the oriole as maryland's second state bird? you can share your response on wbaltv.com, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> we're falling some breaking n
. it happened on march 31 last year. ryan bailey was struck and killed. after 11 months, detectives have not been able to find the vehicle involved in the crash. eyewitnesses describe an older model silver or white boxy style car and there is a reward for information leading up to an arrest. up to $2,000. you can call metro crime stoppers. he was killed around the same time another toss a student died of cardiac arrest. both the subjects of campus vigils and community morning. >> christians are marking ash wednesday, the beginning of the ellenton season. for pope benedict xvi, is the beginning of the end of his papacy. his liturgy was his first public appearance since the shocking announcement he will retire and it marked his last major mass before he leaves the scenc. the venue was moved to the basilica to make room for people attending. the conclave to decide the successor will start as early as march 15. here at home a big day for archbishop william lori. he is holding to services today. this was the first at st. l follow -- st. alphonso's church. >> the family of [indiscernible] what
are here with me today. in addition to lapd charlie beck riverside mayor rusty bailey. i vine mayor, dr. steven choy and f.b.i. director in charge, bill lewis, riverside police chief, u.s. marshal for the central district david singer and also supervisor has joined us. i want to thank all the public safety officers across the region for answering the call of duty. every day i marvel and applaud their unwavering bravery, their dedication has been complemented by the vigilance of residents throughout this region. you've been on the lookout and shared your leads with law enforcement. we thank you for it. anyone with tips can call 213-486-5230. but i also want to remind everyone to continue to be alert as long as this man remains at large. if you see mr. dorner or suspect you see him. please do not engage him. he is considered armed and extremely dangerous. with your help we can bring this tragedy to an end and now i would like to introduce lapd chief charlie beck. >> i will give spanish remarks afterwards. >> good morning. thanks for being here. as the mayor said, the search for dorner con
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his pen will be examined by a vet. it ran loose on bailey road yesterday afternoon and it took a cowboy crew to get rudy into a trailer. the camel was reportedly hit by a mini-van. rudy escaped was rounded up and then broke loose again in the evening. >> i have never been around them, i have no idea, if it was cows or bulls, it would never happen but camels are stubborn. >> they believe thieves looking for metal may have taken some of the metal on the pen which caused rudy to escape. >>> this board game called monopoly voted on which of the tokens should be saved and the game maker asked fans to choose a new token. the winner for that, the other options was a robot and diamond ring and this is the first time they have asked the public what tokens to use in their game. >>> good morning, we are looking in the south bay. it looks good from cupertino to downtown and it will increase as we get closer to 7:00. also looking at the sunole grade and it's getting thicker as you pass mission boulevard. let's go to steve. >>> it does not seem to be sticking santa rosa, high in the 50s and
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